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Composer(s): Aaron Copland (14 Nov 1900 - 02 Dec 1990)
Work identifier: M4410
Real Name: 12 Poems of Emily Dickinson
Display Name: 12 Poems of Emily Dickinson
Composed: c. 1950
Genre: Vocal + Choral
Genre Type: Song-cycle
Period: 20th century
Instrumentation: Voice
Piano
Librettist(s): Emily Dickinson
Mvt. 1Nature, the gentlest mother  (Voice, Piano)
Mvt. 2There came a wind like a bugle  (Voice, Piano)
Mvt. 3Why do they shut me out of Heaven?  (Voice, Piano)
Mvt. 4The world feels dusty  (Voice, Piano)
Mvt. 5Heart, we will forget him  (Voice, Piano)
Mvt. 6Dear March, come in!  (Voice, Piano)
Mvt. 7Sleep is supposed to be  (Voice, Piano)
Mvt. 8When they come back  (Voice, Piano)
Mvt. 9I felt a funeral in my brain  (Voice, Piano)
Mvt. 10I've heard an organ talk sometimes  (Voice, Piano)
Mvt. 11Going to heaven!  (Voice, Piano)
Mvt. 12The Chariot  (Voice, Piano)
Composer(s): Aaron Copland (14 Nov 1900 - 02 Dec 1990)
Recording identifier: M2147492096
Real Name: 12 Poems of Emily Dickinson
Display Name: 12 Poems of Emily Dickinson
Composed: c. 1950
Genre: Vocal + Choral
Genre Type: Song-cycle
Period: 20th century
Instrumentation: Voice
Piano
Librettist(s): Emily Dickinson
Soloists: Jan DeGaetani (Soprano)
Leo Smit (Piano)
Label: Bridge
Catalogue Number: BCD 9046
CD Media ID: 2050
Recording Location: Coolidge Auditorium of the Library of Congress
Recording Date: 14 Nov 1981
Mvt. 1Nature, the gentlest mother (4'21'')
Mvt. 2There came a wind like a bugle (1'40'')
Mvt. 3Why do they shut me out of Heaven? (1'50'')
Mvt. 4The world feels dusty (2'4'')
Mvt. 5Heart, we will forget him (2'20'')
Mvt. 6Dear March, come in! (2'9'')
Mvt. 7Sleep is supposed to be (3'8'')
Mvt. 8When they come back (2'2'')
Mvt. 9I felt a funeral in my brain (2'31'')
Mvt. 10I've heard an organ talk sometimes (2'11'')
Mvt. 11Going to heaven! (2'30'')
Mvt. 12The Chariot (4'24'')